Visa strives to be a network working for everyone. In that vein and in honor of International Women’s Day I would like to encourage folks to share their stories and be inspired by one another.
I look forward to reading everyone’s stories and engaging in the conversation.
The pandemic has taught me to appreciate even more what women do in the workplace. It has been a hard two years juggling work, home, mental health, self care and everything in between. Technology is so helpful to assist in those moments - from connecting to coworkers, to having a more digital banking/payments experience to make life easier, to giving my daughter the ipad.
Making it through 2020-2022 makes this International Women's Day mean even more. It is amazing what we have accomplished this past year. And I want to help drive equality even more to make sure we don't lose the lessons we've learned.
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